The Willet (Tringa semipalmata) is one of numerous shorebirds you’re likely to encounter at Gould’s Inlet. It’s a great place to look for fall migrants.
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Shorebirds are such beautiful birds to watch , a few years back I Was In Southern Red China near the south China sea and there was not a seabird to see anywhere and we traveled almost a.hundred miles!
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